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April 28, 2005
The tour in question started with a trip to the Ethel M Chocolate Factory, which resulted in me eating far too many chocolates, so this was a great place to hike off those extra pounds.
The tour guide we had very informative and told us about the history and facts of the geology of the area. He was also keen to impart any knowledge of Las Vegas: where to eat, which shows to go to, and where the best gambling odds were. So, all in all, we learnt more than I had bargained for.
If you drive yourself, the hikes you can go on would be longer and more extensive. However, our tour guide knew all the little nooks and crannies and took us to see the Petroglyphs and to just the right spot to see the sunset in all its glory.
Now I know why this place is called RED ROCK CANYON.
From journal What Happens in Vegas...
April 15, 2005
From journal Girls' Trip to Vegas!
Kimberling City, Missouri
February 14, 2005
From journal Las Vegas - Why are you sitting there?? Go!!
September 3, 2003
From journal Las Vegas Bound
St. Andrews, NB, New Brunswick
July 17, 2003
From journal Las vegas on a Budget
June 4, 2003
From journal Vegas - save your money for the slots!
Long Beach, California
April 29, 2003
Go early in the morning and the color is amazing as the sun hits the red canyon walls. Spectacular view.
Admission includes the visitor center where if you are lucky you'll spot some of the desert tortoises in their habitat enclosure.
From journal Las Vegas Vacation
by Andy DiCarlo
Greensboro, North Carolina
January 5, 2003
From journal Viva Las Vegas
July 4, 2002
From journal LasVegas Not just for Gamblers
May 23, 2002
From journal Las Vegas Long Weekend